Chris Cline joined Skyland Trail in 2007, serving as clinical director and admissions director before assuming his current role of vice president of clinical services. Prior to joining Skyland Trail, Cline served as a mental health clinician in a correctional setting and with an AIDS service organization.
Cline’s interest in community health led him to serve in the Peace Corps in 1999 in Niger, West Africa, and as a disaster volunteer with the American Red Cross.
A native of Georgia, Cline received his Bachelor’s of Arts in psychology from Berry College and a Master of Social Work degree from Boston University, where he focused on clinical social work. He obtained his LCSW licensure in 2007. He completed his Master of Business Administration and Master of Healthcare Administration degrees at Georgia State University.